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[texts]Notes on tyrant flycatchers (Aves, Tyrannidae) (Volume Fieldiana Zoology new series, no.13) - Traylor, Melvin Alvah
Bibliography: p. 21-22
Keywords: Tyrannidae
Downloads: 403
[texts]Malacological notes, III (Volume Fieldiana Zoology v.29, no.1) - Haas, Fritz, 1886-
Includes bibliographical references (p. 22-23)
Keywords: Mollusks
Downloads: 572
[texts]Donrichardsia, a new genus of Amblystegiaceae (musci) (Volume Fieldiana, Botany new series v.1) - Crum, Howard Alvin, 1922-
Bibliography: p. 8
Keywords: Donrichardsia macroneuron; Mosses -- Texas Edwards County Classification; Donrichardsia
Downloads: 319
[texts]Material culture of the Davis Inlet and Barren Ground Naskapi: the William Duncan Strong collection - VanStone, James W
"Accepted for publication May 30, 1984. January 31, 1985."
Keywords: Strong, William Duncan, 1899-1962; Field Museum of Natural History; Indians of North America; Naskapi Indians
Downloads: 586
[texts]The effectiveness of methods of shape analysis (Volume Fieldiana Zoology new series, no.15) - Lemen, Cliff A
Bibliography: p. 16-17
Keywords: Morphology (Animals) -- Methodology
Downloads: 414
[texts]Early Intermediate and Middle Horizon ceramic styles of the Cuzco Valley (Volume Fieldiana, Anthropology, new series, no.34) - Bauer, Brian S
This study presents new information on the ceramic styles of the Cuzco region during the Early Intermediate period and the Middle Horizon. The results of excavations in 1999 and 2000 at three sites in the Cuzco Valley afford better definition of the ceramic styles and dating of these two time periods. New information is presented on the Wari occupation of the Cuzco region and the influence that Altiplano (i.e., Lake Titicaca) cultures had on the Cuzco region during these time periods
Keywords: Indian pottery -- Peru Cuzco Region; Indians of South America -- Peru Cuzco Region Antiquities; Pottery, Prehistoric -- Peru Cuzco Region; Excavations (Archaeology) -- Peru Cuzco Region; Cuzco Region (Peru) -- Antiquities
Downloads: 1,324
[texts]Preliminary notes on the Scrophulariaceae of Peru (Volume Fieldiana. Botany series v. 31, no. 8) - Edwin, Gabriel
With, as issued, Glassman, S.F. New species in the palm genus Syagrus Mart. [Chicago] 1967. Williams, L.O. Tropical American plants, VIII. [Chicago] 1967
Keywords: Scrophulariaceae; Botany -- Peru
Downloads: 409
[texts]Studies of Central American plants (Volume Fieldiana. Botany series v. 23, no. 3) - Standley, Paul Carpenter, 1884-1963

Keywords: Botany -- Central America
Downloads: 657
[texts]Two new Nicaraguan Juglandaceae (Volume Fieldiana. Botany series v. 31, no. 16) - Molina R , Antonio

Keywords: Alfaroa williamsii; Engelhardia nicaraguensis; Botany -- Nicaragua
Downloads: 230
[texts]A new Odontoglossum from Nicaragua (Volume Fieldiana. Botany series v. 32, no. 7) - Heller, Alfonso H

Keywords: Odontoglossum subcruciforme; Botany -- Nicaragua
Downloads: 389
[texts]Ten new species of Erythroxylum (Erythroxylaceae) from Bahia, Brazil (Volume Fieldiana, Botany new series v.19) - Plowman, Timothy
Bibliography: p. 40-41
Keywords: Erythroxylum
Downloads: 790
[texts]A new central Brazilian genus and species of sigmodontine rodent (Sigmodontinae) transitional between akodonts and oryzomyines : with a discussion of muroid molar morphology and evolution (Volume Fieldiana Zoology new series, no.75) - Hershkovitz, Philip
Includes bibliographical references (p. 18)
Keywords: Microakodontomys transitorius -- Classification; Muridae -- Classification; Sigmodontinae -- Classification; Rodents -- Evolution
Downloads: 572
[texts]The blennioid fishes of Belize and Honduras, Central America, with comments on their systematics, ecology, and distribution (Blenniidae, Chaenopsidae, Labrisomidae, Tripterygiidae) (Volume Fieldiana Zoology new series, no.8) - Greenfield, David W
Bibliography: p. 102-106
Keywords: Blenniidae; Chaenopsidae; Tripterygiidae; Fishes -- Belize; Fishes -- Honduras; Labrisomidae
Downloads: 656
[texts]Status of the pachypleurosauroid Psilotrachelosaurus toeplitschi Nopcsa (Reptilia, Sauropterygia), from the Middle Triassic of Austria (Volume Fieldiana, Geology, new series, no. 27) - Rieppel, Olivier
The redescription of the holotype and only known specimen of Psilotrachelosaurus toeplitschi Nopcsa, 1928, from the northern Alps of Austria, and its comparison with other pachypleurosauroids show the specimen to represent a distinct genus and species. It is the sister-taxon of the Serpianosaurus-Neusticosaurus clade from the Middle Triassic of Central and Southern Europe (German Lettenkeuper as well as Grenzbitumenzone and Meridekalke of the southern Alps in southern Switzerland and Italy)...
Keywords: Psilotrachelosaurus toeplitschi; Sauropterygia; Reptiles, Fossil -- Austria; Paleontology -- Triassic
Downloads: 533
[texts]A new Eurystyles from Nicaragua (Volume Fieldiana. Botany series v. 31, no. 12) - Heller, Alfonso H

Keywords: Orchids -- Nicaragua; Eurystyles borealis
Downloads: 437
[texts]Studies in American plants, VI (Volume Fieldiana, Botany serries v.36, no.9) - Nash, Dorothy L

Keywords: Botany -- Latin America
Downloads: 320
[texts]Eplingia, a new genus of the Labiatae from Mexico (Volume Fieldiana, Botany series v.36, no.3) - Williams, Louis Otho, 1908-

Keywords: Eplingia; Botany -- Mexico; Eplingia saxicola
Downloads: 316
[texts]Publications of Field Museum of Natural History (Volume Fieldiana. Botany series v. 11, index) - Field Museum of Natural History

Keywords: Botanical series; Botany
Downloads: 610
[texts]Ecuador, Perú : Cuyabeno-Güeppí (Volume no.20 (2008)) - Alverson, William Surprison
Includes bibliographical references (p. 372-375)
Keywords: Natural history; Natural history
Downloads: 24
[texts]Spermatophytes, mostly Peruvian (Volume Fieldiana, Botany serries v.8, no.2) - Macbride, J. Francis (James Francis), 1892-

Keywords: Phanerogams; Botany -- Peru
Downloads: 357
[texts]Rediscovery of Syagrus werdermannii Burret (Volume Fieldiana, Botany series v.34, no.1) - Glassman, Sidney F
Bibliography: p. 10
Keywords: Palms -- Brazil Bahia (State); Syagrus werdermannii
Downloads: 341
[texts]The South American gracile mouse opossums, genus Gracilinanus Gardner and Creighton, 1989 (Marmosidae, Marsupialia) : a taxonomic review with notes on general morphology and relationships (Volume Fieldiana Zoology new series, no.70) - Hershkovitz, Philip
Includes bibliographical references (p. 47-49)
Keywords: Opossums -- South America Classification; Gracilinanus -- Classification
Downloads: 937
[texts]Spermatophytes, mostly Peruvian (Volume Fieldiana. Botany series v. 11, no. 1) - Macbride, J. Francis (James Francis), 1892-

Keywords: Phanerogams; Botany -- Peru
Downloads: 963
[texts]Spermatophytes, mostly Peruvian (Volume Fieldiana. Botany series v. 8, no. 2) - Macbride, J. Francis (James Francis), 1892-

Keywords: Phanerogams; Botany -- Peru
Downloads: 411
[texts]Revision of the genus Vascellum (Lycoperdaceae) (Volume Fieldiana. Botany series v. 32, no. 9) - Ponce de Leon, Patricio
Bibliography: p. 124-125
Keywords: Vascellum
Downloads: 590
[texts]Villages before aggregation : the Merrigan Site (LA 110971), a developmental period hamlet, El Rancho, New Mexico (Volume Fieldiana, Anthropology, new series, no.35) - Creamer, Winifred
Includes bibliographical references (p. 36-38)
Keywords: Pueblo Indians -- Antiquities; Excavations (Archaeology) -- New Mexico; New Mexico -- Antiquities
Downloads: 522
[texts]Notes on the genus Hygrolembidium (Hepaticae) (Volume Fieldiana, Botany series v.36, no.7) - Engel, John J
Bibliography: p. 67
Keywords: Hygrolembidium isophyllum
Downloads: 326
[texts]Studies of American plants (Volume Fieldiana. Botany series v. 22, no. 2) - Standley, Paul Carpenter, 1884-1963

Keywords: Botany -- America; Plants
Downloads: 451
[texts]Large archaeohyracids (Typotheria, Notoungulata) from central Chile and Patagonia : including a revision of Archaeotypotherium (Volume Fieldiana, Geology, new series, no. 49) - Croft, Darin A
The Tinguiririca Fauna of the Andean Main Range of central Chile is remarkable for its abundant and diverse archaeohyracids. This study recognizes four relatively large-bodied species from the Tinguiririca Fauna, two of which are new. Together with two previously described small-bodied forms, the total of six species makes the archaeohyracid assemblage from Tinguiririca the most diverse known, representing the co-occurrence of at least 40% of all archaeohyracid species in a single fauna...
Keywords: Notoungulata; Mammals, Fossil; Paleontology -- Cenozoic; Paleontology -- Chile
Downloads: 528
[texts]An analysis of Santa María urn painting and its cultural implications (Volume Fieldiana, Anthropology, new series, no.2) - Weber, Ronald L
Includes bibliographical references (p. 32)
Keywords: Indians of South America -- Argentina Tucumán (Province) Pottery; Diaquita Indians -- Pottery; Indians of South America -- Argentina Tucumán (Province) Antiquities; Tucumán (Argentina : Province) -- Antiquities; Argentina -- Antiquities
Downloads: 614
[texts]Studies of American plants (Volume Fieldiana, Botany series v.8, no.3) - Standley, Paul Carpenter, 1884-1963

Keywords: Botany -- America; Plants
Downloads: 374
[texts]Notoungulata and Litopterna of the Early Miocene Chucal fauna, northern Chile (Volume Fieldiana, Geology, new series, no. 50) - Croft, Darin A
This study describes the notoungulates and litopterns (endemic South American ungulates) from the Chucal Fauna of northern Chile. Eight species are known to date, including seven notoungulates and one litoptern. The bulk of the toxodontid notoungulate material, including a well-preserved partial skull, is referred to Nesodon imbricatus. A few postcranial elements and a single partial tooth are referred to Adinotherium sp...
Keywords: Notoungulata -- Chile; Litopterna -- Chile; Paleontology -- Miocene; Ungulates, Fossil -- Chile
Downloads: 810
[texts]Protoptychus hatcheri Scott, 1895 : the mammalian faunas of the Washakie Formation, Eocene age, of southern Wyoming (Volume Fieldiana, Geology, new series, no. 21) - Turnbull, William D
This report was originally intended for the festschrift honoring Philip Hershkovitz (Patterson & Timm, 1987). I was unable to complete it in time for inclusion in that volume and subsequent events have caused further delays. It deals with a highly specialized Eocene rodent that is of particular interest paleontologically, anatomically, and ecologically. Intriguing, partially unresolved, phylogenetic considerations concerning its relationships are discussed...
Keywords: Hershkovitz, Philip; Rodents, Fossil -- Wyoming Washakie Formation; Protoptychus hatcheri; Paleontology -- Eocene
Downloads: 449
[texts]Phylogeny and paedomorphosis in an African family of freshwater fishes (Gonorhynchiformes: Kneriidae) (Volume Fieldiana Zoology new series, no.78) - Grande, Terry
Includes bibliographical references (p. 20)
Keywords: Kneriidae -- Morphology; Kneriidae -- Phylogeny
Downloads: 484
[texts]A new hybrid in the palm genus Syagrus Mart. (Volume Fieldiana. Botany series v. 32, no. 16) - Glassman, Sidney F
Bound with Williams, L. O., The Juglandaceae of Guatemala (v. 32, no. 13)
Keywords: Syagrus; Palms
Downloads: 613
[texts]Three new Nicaraguan Epidendrums (Volume Fieldiana. Botany series v. 32, no. 2) - Heller, Alfonso H

Keywords: Epidendrum
Downloads: 274
[texts]Herbarium organization (Volume Fieldiana. Technique ; no. 1) - Millspaugh, Charles Frederick, 1854-1923
The Fieldiana Technique series was published by the Field Museum of Natural History as Museum Technique Series (no. 1-3, 1925-1930) and Technique Series (no. 4-6, 1936-1940), prior to being published as Fieldiana: Technique (no. 7-8, 1949-1953) by the Chicago Natural History Museum
Keywords: Field Museum of Natural History; Herbaria
Downloads: 409
[texts]Patterns of geographic variation in allozymes of the Olympic salamander, Rhyacotriton Olympicus (Caudata: Dicamptodontidae) : a contribution in celebration of the distinguished scholarship of Robert F. Inger on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday (Volume Fieldiana Zoology new series, no.32) - Field Museum of Natural History
Bibliogrsphy: p. 14-15
Keywords: Salamanders
Downloads: 415
[texts]Cervifurca nasuta n. gen. et sp. : an interesting member of the Iniopterygidae (Subterbranchialia, Chondrichthyes) from the Pennsylvanian of Indiana, U.S.A. (Volume Fieldiana, Geology, new series, no. 35) - Zangerl, Rainer, 1912-
A new member of the family Iniopterygidae from the Excello Shale (Carbondale Formation, Westphalian lower D, Pennsylvanian) of the Bethel Quarry, southern Pike County, Indiana, is described. This taxon is remarkable for its dorsoventrally flattened body habitus and probably (functionally) correlated enormous size of the pterygopodia, and for orbits that face dorsolaterad. The neurocranium is provided with very prominent nasal capsules, and the pelvic fins consist of a few very short and stout ra...
Keywords: Iniopterygidae -- Classification; Chondrichthyes, Fossil -- Indiana; Paleontology -- Pennsylvanian; Cervifurca nasuta -- Classification
Downloads: 678
[texts]Tropical American plants, VIII (Volume Fieldiana. Botany series v. 31, no. 10) - Williams, Louis Otho, 1908-
With: Preliminary notes on the Scrophulariaceae of Peru / G. Edwin. [Chicago] : Field Museum of Natural History, 1967 -- New species in the palm genus Syagrus Mart. / S.F. Glassman. [Chicago] : Field Museum of Natural History, 1967
Keywords: Botany -- Central America; Tropical plants -- Central America
Downloads: 576
[texts]The ear region in Xenarthrans ( = Edentata: Mammalia) (Volume Fieldiana, Geology, new series, no. 18) - Patterson, Bryan, 1909-1979
This report is the first of two planned works detailing the descriptive and comparative anatomy of the xenarthran ear region (basicranium and its immediate surrounds, including middle ear, but not the inner ear). The study was begun by Patterson and Segall in 1945 and continued actively well into 1955, and only fitfully by Patterson thereafter. This part, "Cingulates," covers a representation of the Cingulata (= Loricata), including dasypodoids (Utaetus group, Priodontes group, Dasypus group, Eu...
Keywords: Ear; Xenarthra, Fossil
Downloads: 529
[texts]Studies of American plants (Volume Fieldiana. Botany series v. 22, no. 1) - Standley, Paul Carpenter, 1884-1963

Keywords: Botany -- America; Plants
Downloads: 389
[texts]A late pre-Hispanic ceramic chronology for the upper Moquegua Valley, Peru (Volume Fieldiana, Anthropology, new series, no.16) - Stanish, Charles, 1956-
This report offers a ceramic sequence for the late pre-Hispanic periods of the Moquegua Valley in southern Peru. The sequence is based on excavation and survey data from 17 sites in the Otora Valley, the northernmost tributary of the Osmore (Moquegua) Drainage. Five pre-Hispanic periods have been defined beginning at approximately A.D. 900 and continuing on to the Late Horizon (ca. 1475). The principal ceramic types for each phase are presented in this report
Keywords: Indians of South America -- Peru Pottery; Pottery dating -- Peru; Pottery -- Peru; Peru -- Archaeology
Downloads: 792
[texts]New species from South America, I (Volume Fieldiana, Botany series v.36, no.1) - Simpson, Donald Ray, 1935-

Keywords: Botany -- South America
Downloads: 359
[texts]The Bruce collection of Eskimo material culture from Kotzebue Sound, Alaska (Volume Fieldiana, Anthropology, new series, no.1) - VanStone, James W
Includes bibliographical references (p. 80-82)
Keywords: Bruce, Miner Wait; Eskimos -- Alaska Kotzebue Sound region
Downloads: 874
[texts]Small archaeohyracids (Typotheria, Notoungulata) from Chubut Province, Argentina, and central Chile : implications for Trans-Andean temporal correlation (Volume Fieldiana, Geology, new series, no. 48) - Reguero, Marcelo
We describe small-bodied archaeohyracids of transitional Eocene-Oligocene age from Chubut, Argentina, including two from Santiago Roth's important but poorly known Cañadón Blanco locality and two occurring in the Tinguiririca Fauna of the Andean Main Range of central Chile. Three taxa are recognized. We refer specimens from both Patagonia and the central Andes to one of these taxa, initially named Arachaeohyrax gracilis by Roth (1903) but receiving a new generic designation here...
Keywords: Notoungulata; Mammals, Fossil; Paleontology -- Cenozoic; Paleontology -- Argentina Chubut; Paleontology -- Chile
Downloads: 390
[texts]An osteological study of Nasca trophy heads collected by A.L. Kroeber during the Marshall Field Expeditions to Peru (Volume Fieldiana, Anthropology, new series, no.33) - Williams, Sloan R
Includes bibliographical references (p. 114-116)
Keywords: Captain Marshall Field Archaeological Expeditions to Peru, 1925-1926; Nazca culture -- Peru Nazca River Valley; Indians of South America -- Peru Nazca River Valley Antiquities
Downloads: 1,173
[texts]Systematics and distribution of the Mexican and Central American rainfrogs of the Eleutherodactylus gollmeri group (Amphibia: Leptodactylidae) : a contribution in celebration of the distinguished scholarship of Robert F. Inger on the occasion of his sixty-fifth brithday (Volume Fieldiana Zoology new series, no.33) - Savage, Jay Mathers
Bibliography: p. 55-57
Keywords: Frogs -- Mexico; Frogs -- Central America
Downloads: 596
[texts]Hoffmannias from Mexico and Central America (Volume Fieldiana, Botany series v.36, no.6) - Williams, Louis Otho, 1908-

Keywords: Hoffmannia; Botany -- Mexico; Botany -- Central America
Downloads: 419
[texts]Studies of American plants (Volume Fieldiana. Botany series v. 11, no. 5) - Standley, Paul Carpenter, 1884-1963

Keywords: Botany -- America; Plants
Downloads: 740
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